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The First, N.A. makes donation to museum capital campaign

Posted June 02, 2014, at 2:06 p.m.

Daniel R. Daigneault, CEO of The First, N.A. recently announced a significant contribution to the Maine Discovery Museum’s “10 Years and Growing Stronger” Capital Campaign specifically to support the “Kids In Motion” exhibit slated for the third floor renovation.

“The First is honored to support the Maine Discovery Museum’s mission to build a strong future and continue with their commitment to the children of Maine”, remarked Daigneault. “The Kids In Motion exhibit will be a crowd pleaser with lots of opportunity for active play and learning.” The exhibit will focus on fitness, health and nutrition education with a connection to the Maine outdoors, nature, art and music.

For more information on the Maine Discovery Museum’s capital campaign and ways to give please contact Niles Parker, Executive Director, at (207) 262-7200 ext 101 or visit www.mainediscoverymuseum.org.

The First is an independent community bank with 16 offices in Lincoln, Knox, Hancock, Washington and Penobscot Counties. The Bank provides a full range of consumer and commercial banking products and services. First Advisors, a division of The First, provides investment advisory, private banking and trust services from four offices in Lincoln, Hancock and Penobscot Counties. For more information please call 1-800-564-3195 or visit www.thefirst.com and firstadvisorsonline.com. Celebrating our First 150 years!

PHOTO CAPTION:

Gathered in the Maine Discovery Museum for a check presentation are left to right: Trudy Plummer, MDM Director of Education, Niles Parker, MDM Executive Director; Colette Sabbath, MDM Board member and Capital Campaign Co-Chair, Courtney Brehaut, Assistant Vice President, Branch Manager, The First; Cynthia Fogg, Senior Mortgage Loan Officer, The First.

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